Book review: Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner

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Fear Nothing: US author Lisa Gardner is back with her eighth crime book featuring Detective DD Warren. Her latest thriller focuses on two sisters - one a successful therapist, Doctor Adeline Glen, who suffers from congenital analgesia (she can’t feel pain), the other, Shana Day, a serial killer serving time in prison for multiple murders. As daughters of mass murderer Harry Day, they now have to join forces to help DD catch a predator copying their late father’s modus operandi. On top of it all, DD is at a disadvantage after being injured visiting a crime scene after hours, when she encountered the killer. In addition to her physical injuries, where getting out of bed and getting dressed already poses a huge challenge, she is emotionally traumatised and has trouble recalling details about the night, which would help Boston’s finest find their killer, who terrorises lone females.

Her latest thriller focuses on two sisters - one a successful therapist, Doctor Adeline Glen, who suffers from congenital analgesia (she can’t feel pain), the other, Shana Day, a serial killer serving time in prison for multiple murders.

As daughters of mass murderer Harry Day, they now have to join forces to help DD catch a predator copying their late father’s modus operandi.

On top of it all, DD is at a disadvantage after being injured visiting a crime scene after hours, when she encountered the killer.

In addition to her physical injuries, where getting out of bed and getting dressed already poses a huge challenge, she is emotionally traumatised and has trouble recalling details about the night, which would help Boston’s finest find their killer, who terrorises lone females.